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Discovery One
   is a spacecraft in   
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
Jupiter mission ship controlled overall by the onboard HAL-9000 computer
Discovery
   in Italian is   
Scoperta
Salvador Dalì
   painted   
The Discovery of America
1959, Salvador Dalí Museum, St. Petersburg, Florida
Virginia
   has   
The 3 Ships Susan Constant, Godspeed, and Discovery
Joined union in 1788, quarter released in 2000
Mercury, Apollo, Challenger , Discovery
   are all   
U.S. Spacecraft
Brazil
   is the site of   
Discovery Coast Atlantic Forest Reserves
Mount Discovery
   is in   
Antarctica
Mount Discovery formed about 5.3 million years ago. The youngest vents are 1.8 million years old.
$10 Coin
   has   
Discovery of Gold in Gabriel’s Gully
Commemorative coin released in 1997. Legal tender but did not enter circulation.
Discovery World
   is situated in   
Taiwan
Houli Hsiang, Taichung,
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
   is found in   
The U.S.A.
Vallejo California, U.S.A.
Rosalind Franklin
   was   
The Collector of Data That Led to the Discovery of DNA Structure
Evidence suggests that she may have first postulated the double-helix. Born 1920 CE, died 1958 CE
Apple
   has a variety named   
Discovery
Harry Mulisch
   wrote   
The Discovery of Heaven
Eduard Buchner
   won for   
Discovery of Cell-free Fermentation
1907
Marie Curie
   won for   
Discovery of the Elements Radium and Polonium
1911
Harold Clayton Urey
   won for   
Discovery of Heavy Hydrogen
1934
James Batcheller Sumner
   won for   
Discovery That Enzymes Can Be Crystallized
1946
Otto Paul Hermann Diels and Kurt Alder
   won for   
Discovery and Development of the Diene Synthesis
1950
Jaroslav Heyrovský
   won for   
Discovery and Development of the Polarographic Methods of Analysis
1959
Robert F. Curl Jr., Sir Harold W. Kroto and Richard E. Smalley
   won for   
Discovery of Fullerenes
1996
Alan J. Heeger, Alan G. MacDiarmid and Hideki Shirakawa
   won for   
The Discovery and Development of Conductive Polymers
2000
Osamu Shimomura, Martin Chalfie and Roger U. Tsien
   won for   
The Discovery and Development of the Green Fluorescent Protein, GFP
2008
Frederick Grand Banting and John Richard Macleod
   won for work on   
The Discovery of Insulin
1923
Johannes Andreas Grib Fibiger
   won for work on   
The Discovery of the Spiroptera Carcinoma
1926
Christiaan Eijkmann
   won for work on   
The Discovery of the Antineuritic Vitamin
1929
Sir Federick Gowland Hopkins
   won for work on   
The Discovery of Growth-stimulating Vitamins
1929
Gerhard Domagk
   won for work on   
The Discovery of Antibacterial Effects of Prontosil
1939
Sir Alexander Flemming, Ernst Boris Chain and Sir Howard Florey
   won for work on   
The Discovery of Penicillin
1945 - It's curative effect in various infectious diseases
Selman Abraham Waksman
   won for work on   
The Discovery of Streptomycin
1952 - The first antibiotic effective against tuberculosis
Hans Adolf Krebs and Fritz Albert Lipmann
   won for work on   
The Discovery of Co-enzyme A
1953
Georg Von Békésy
   won for work on   
The Discovery of Physical Mechanism of Stimulation Within the Cochlea
1961
Werner Arber, Daniel Nathans and Hamilton O. Smith
   won for work on   
The Discovery of Restriction Enzymes
1978
Barbara McClintock
   won for work on   
The Discovery of Mobile Genetic Elements
1983
Stanley B. Prusiner
   won for work on   
The Discovery of Prions
1997 - A new biological principle of infection
Günter Blobel
   won for work on   
The Discovery That Proteins Have Intrinsic Signals
1999
Mario R. Capecchi, Sir Martin J. Evans and Oliver Smithies
   won for work on   
The Discovery of Principles for Embryonic Stem Cells
2007
Harald Zur Hausen
   won for work on   
The Discovery of Human Papilloma Viruses Causing Cervical Cancer
2008
Tomas De Torquemada
   is played by Marlon Brando in   
Christopher Columbus: The Discovery (1992)
Elton John
   features   
The Greatest Discovery
1970
Sandro Botticelli
   painted   
Discovery of the Body of Holofernes
C. 1469-1470, tempera on panel; Galleria deli Uffizi, Florence
Discovery
   features   
Shine A Little Love
1979, UK 6, US 8
Discovery
   features   
Confusion
1979, UK 8, US 37
Discovery
   features   
The Diary Of Horace Wimp
1979, UK 8
Discovery
   features   
Last Train To London
1979, UK 8, US 39
Discovery
   features   
Wishing
1979
Dan Shechtman
   won for   
The Discovery of Quasicrystals
2011
Elizabeth H. Blackburn, Carol W. Greider and Jack W. Szostok
   won for work on   
The Discovery of How Chromosomes Are Protected by Telomeres and the Enzyme Telomerase
2009
Ralph M. Steinman
   won for work on   
His Discovery of the Dendrite Cell and Its Role in Adaptive Immunity
2011
Sir John B. Gurdon and Shinya Yamanaka
   won for work on   
The Discovery That Mature Cells Can Be Programmed to Become Pluripotent
2012
Marcel Proust
   said   
"The Only Real Voyage of Discovery Consists Not in Seeing New Landscapes, but in Having New Eyes, in Seeing the Universe With the Eyes of Another, of Hundreds of Others, in Seeing the Hundreds of Universes That Each of Them Sees"
French novelist, essayist and critic






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